Cole Parker is Blondie (The Good), Armor O'Malley is Angel (The Bad) and Dani Servigo is Tuco (The Ugly). In GB&U they're looking for gold in a cemetery. One knows where the cemetery is and the other knows which grave. In Gunmen it's drug money on a boat. One knows which harbor it's in, the other knows the name of the boat.
edited from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, reworked into a black and white metacinema
Harmonica 'turns in' Cheyenne for the reward money to buy Sweetwater from Jill, and Cheyenne later escapes as planned. This is based on Blondie and Tuco's schemes of making money by repeatedly turning Tuco in, holding up his execution and escaping with the reward money.
Part of the main musical theme of this film is used in a scene
standee for French version is knocked over during struggle.
The scene where John blows up a bridge is taken from the scene where Blondie and Tuco do the same.
Lead character Hsiao Hua imagines himself as Clint Eastwood in his fantasy dream sequence.
The villain in The Executioner uses the exact same reasoning for killing people as Angel Eyes does in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - because someone paid him to do it.
iconic music used in the scene where the class members confront the bright guys chosen for the quiz.
Title is a variation on Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.
Title is a variation on Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.
"That's real GOOD psychology. Say something BAD about my mother." "Your momma is so UGLY."
A poster of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" is visible.
Theme music heard
Main theme is referenced.
Eddie whistles the famous theme song and says his mother was like Clint Eastwood
The music in the "Tranvel Trophy" scenes alludes to the music from the movie, which was used in the "Camel Trophy" commercials.
When Sam is about to enter Jack's office, there is a drop of blood on the floor which he smears with his foot - this is a clear visual reference to an almost identical shot in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" when Blondie is called into Angeleye's room after Tuco has been tortured
Murdock disguises himself from this movie outside the jail, and the theme music plays on the soundtrack.
this episode title is a spoof on the movie's English title, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
"The good, the bad and the ugly just dropped by."
Ollie North calls Gerlado and Sean Penn "The Bad and the Ugly
Music plays during Spagetti Western sketch
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme is whistled.
To the tune of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly", Herbert Quentin Viola and MacGillicudy have a drink/shoot out at the water dispenser.
The "you can take the stairs or you can take the window" is from Clint Eastwood's moive; the "Ugly" said it to the "Good" in that movie.
Theme song hummed.
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme plays as Kevin confronts Becky outside of the school.
This movie was mentioned
Crow whistles the film's theme.
Joel whistles the theme music.
Tom whistles the theme music.
Referenced by the narrator (adult Kevin)
Plays the classic intro music when meeting a rival gang
Parker refers to the displays at the arts festival as "the good, the bad and the greasy."
Similar extreme close-ups and music during the head-crushing segment
A Good, the Bad and the Ugly-like theme plays as Homer prepares to weigh himself on the scales.
A "Good, the Bad and the Ugly"-like theme is heard as Mr. Bergstrom first enters the classroom, dressed as a cowboy.
The line, "When you have to shoot, shoot, don't talk".
"He's the ugly, no he's the bad!"
In Reservoir Dogs Blonde asks the cop whether he likes the music then tortures him while music is playing. In The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Angel Eyes asks Tuco whether he likes the music then tortures him while music is playing.
In the opening scene, Picard plays the first three notes of the Good/Bad/Ugly theme, anticipating the episode's spoof.
The theme from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) is played when Paul and his friends go to Diane's house and then to the wedding.
Bennie and the faceoff with the baseball and the beast is very similar to the faceoff in the graveyard in the Good, Bad, and Ugly.
A "Good, the Bad and the Ugly"-like theme plays in Grampa's daydream about the Old West.
Denis Leary killing a person after eating at a table with him is a reference to a similar scene with Lee Van Cleef in Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.
"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme plays as Sarah first enters Hal's car dealership.
Features the famous sound effect heard during the freeze-frames while introducing each of the three title characters in Leone's film
Mentioned in Clarence's "That's a Movie" speech.
Nick quotes a line from the film when saving Heather from a biker gang.
Crow whistles the film's main theme.
The episode's title.
It's announced that this fim will be shown on TV on Christmas - after 'It's a Wonderful Life'.
Servo hums the theme.
Crow whistles "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme.
The scene in which Jules eats Brett's food and talks to him before killing him mirrors a scene from early in 'The Good, the Bad & the Ugly'.
Music is heard
Tom whistles part of the theme.
The theme from this film is played twice when Al's former team is challenged.
The theme is heard during the climax with Jack and the Giant.
Close-up shots and music cues
Several variations of the sentence "There are two kinds of people in this world. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig" are said by the various protagonists.
Title is an allusion to "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly"
Theme music is used in song ' Tu Woh Tu Hai'
Wild Arms has similar music to this movie
Under "Epics" in video store: The Good, The Bad, Jesus
mentioned in dialogue
Servo whistles the theme.
Mentioned by name
Mentioned by Mark.
This film's theme song plays as Felix and Oscar walk through the desert, followed by Oscar saying, "I think we're in a Clint Eastwood movie."
When Riggs is about to enter Murtaugh office, there is a drop of blood on the floor which he smears with his foot - this is a visual reference to an almost identical shot in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."
At the beginning of level 2, there's a gravestone near Duke's starting point with the name Arch Stanton on it. This the grave that Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef are looking for in "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly."
Bobby dresses as a cowboy and gets in a play gunfight with a younger boy. When the boy pretends to shoot Bobby, he pretends to be injured and mumbles that "the gold is hidden" then pretends to die.
A gang member says the title.
Crichton said he had a poster of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in his old bedroom.
Tom: "The ugly and the ugly and the ugly"
Opening is explicit imitation of first meeting between Blondie and Tuco.
Gus wears a poncho and hat like Eastwood, and El Diablo is spelled out on the screen just like in "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly".
Mentioned in Inside the Actor's studio
Main theme is featured.
Early gun standoff between cop and robber ends with "shoot, don't talk" reference.
Use of "The Sergio Leone" close-up.
when Joan Collins meets Shirley Maclaine this thememusic playes
The title is a reference to the English title of the movie.
the theme song is heard
The musical score prior to the fight between the brats and the raggare paraphrases Morricones iconic score.
The pink umbrella at the end of 'Der Schuh des Manitu' references Tuco's umbrella in the desert
In Part I, Chapter 2 ("Live from the Crime Scene") a mobster gets a call on his cell phone, and the ring tone is the theme of "The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly".
There is a sign for the movie 'Buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Il (1966)' on the town's movie theatre.
Referenced by name
A tribute to the Sergio Leone's movie.
A few bars of the theme song can be heard in one scene.
Gimli's comment about having the "eyes of a hawk" before being captured by Galadriel's bodyguards almost identical to a scene with Eli Wallach and Clint Eastwood in this film. The initial shot is even similar, with bayonets/arrows popping into frame unnoticed by the characters.
theme plays during duel
A marquee advertising this film is visible in a photo.
Morricone's tune with a Western background.
Uses the Morricone's theme music from "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly."
Samuel L. Jackson impersonates Quentin Tarantino and mentions the film
One of Brendon's movies is inspired by the shootout at the end of this film.
Greg keeps trying to explain Freud to Diamond, repeating "Id, Id, Id" to which Diamond replies "Idiots!" - this parallels a line from The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly where a characer is trying to read a note, repeating Id, to which Eastwood looks at it and says "Idiots." The pacing is almost identical.
at a meeting, someone is wearing a shirt that says "The Good The Bad The Ugly"
Some of the music played during the skateboard showdown.
3-way shootout at the end with spinning camera
one character describes three others as good, bad and ugly
The opening shot is a reference to a similar scene in 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly' in which Tuco points a gun at Blondie, who is near-death from dehydration and being out in the sun for hours.
Lorne: The Good, The Bad, and the Hideously Ugly
During one scene, before a concert, part of the Metallica's version of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"'s theme, used for their S&M album, can be heard
The music during the "Stand-off" scene is a homage to the famous scene in this film.
documentary about the movie
(on magazine cover) "All the new releases: The good, the bad, the worst"
The lobby shootout in the Saint building mimmicks the final standoff in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. The camera moves over everyone's holsters and eyes.
Use of the "Sergio Leone" closeup. Also, "Il Tramanto" from this film's score is heard when The Bride sees Bill in the opening flashback.
Anna misquotes Tuco's "kill your victim, don't talk" line
A bridge battle with a similar outcome.
Noel mentions that it's his favourite film.
In a scene (1h 46m into the movie) where a man's hand moves onto the back of Audrey Tautou's neck, Juenet explains that this is improbable, but it is "totally Sergio Leone" and that "it's Clint Eastwood throwing down the spade in The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.
3 person standoff with the extreme close-ups towards the end. The director acknowloges this homage in an interview
The Belgian poster is visible behind Flea.
Title song heard in scene outside Costco store.
mentioned in dialogue
The shot and the music when Kelso breaks down the door.
a kid says this movie's title when he sees Harlan dressed as a cowboy
Sergio Leone's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is reworked into a black and white metacinema.
Nick tells Lee about the bathtub scene in "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".
The opening credits are a hommage to the opening credits of Buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Il (1966). It even sampled some of the gunshots.
Poster shown and film mentioned.
First shot, after opening credits
Shooting of the rope when a man is going to be hanged. References Clint Eastwood shooting Eli Wallach's rope
The music in the showdown scene is inspired by the showdown from this film.
Gene Hunt puts up a poster of the film in his office.
Evelyn and Mia look at and approach each other as the soundtrack from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is playing.
Directors Antony & Fulvio Sestito admire and have always been influenced by director Sergio Leone. The Showdown pays homage to his style in many scenes of the western portion of the film.
Dialogue: "Man, I got 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' herbal."
Will, Jack, and Norrington hold their swords at each other forming a triangle much like the triangle created for Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, and Lee Van Cleef make when they are about to have the climatic showdown. Jack's run is also a reference to Wallach's through Sad Hill Cemetery, although flailing his arms instead of keeping them down and slightly out at the sides.
Two main characters discuss Lee Van Klief's character in the film.
Garth The Cowboy stereotype.
Pastewka has a poster from this movie in his flat
"We go through the good, the bad and the ugly all together."
Uses the Ecstasy of Gold from the final scene in the cemetery during the stampede
Main theme is referenced.
In "Marshmallow's Last Stand", you can hear some music from this movie when Homestar and Strong Bad stare each other down
Derek says: "The good, the bad, the wife."
Mentioned by Noel.
When one of the Tremor brothers pretends to be a ventriloquist with the body of one of the bail bondsmen, the music playing is from a scene in the Good the Bad and the Ugly where Blondie (Clint Eastwood) interacts with a dying soldier.
"Did you see the movie 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'?"
The coach whistles the theme to this film.
Larry calls Jedediah "Blondie" the first time he sees him, a reference to Clint Eastwood's character.
The Final battle has the characters standing as if engaged in a draw. M Dot Strange says it's direct reference from The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Carlos says that everybody knows everything about him, "the good, the bad and the ugly"
Nick Angel rides through the high street with the guns and ammunition in an homage to TGTBATU. One of the characters refers to him as "Angel" the same way that Eli Wallach's character (Tuco) refers to Lee Van Cleef (Angel Eyes).
Poster can be seen on the wall in the flat with the three thugs smoking pot
mentioned in dialogue
The first shot of Remy is a freeze frame as he jumps through a window with a stolen cook book. This is the same way Tuco is introduced in The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
Chris has a poster of Clint Eastwood from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly in his apartment in Atlanta.
Homage sequence of the classic fight scene, where there is a mexican standoff, intercutting extreme close ups at an extremely slow pace, the standoff ends in the same way as The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Quickly.
French title reference
Mentioned as "The Good, the Bad and the Fabulous" in a list of western movies that have red boots.
The concept of the three main characters as well as the title come from this Sergio Leone classic.
Reference to Sergio Leone's "'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly' trilogy"
Luciano Vincenzoni and Silvio Tonazzi talk about the making of the film
The opening sequence is practically a remake of the opening sequence from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Dusty Kiester - "The good, the great, and the amazing"
Use of the "Leone-close-up" and rattlesnake-like sound-effects when Poppy confronts the Head Girl at Lacrosse
The title of the episode is a quote from the movie
Bobby says "when you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk."
Close up of the eyes in the redneck gunfight scene is a reference to The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.
Final scene is a tribute
The keyboard music before the final interview briefly plays the same music as before the showdown at the end of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
One of the fan arts is a parody poster of this movie.
Uses GBU theme during the old-lady fight scenes
The theme is played when Sam shows himself in the doorway to meet M.
One of the Plaid's albums is titled "The Good, the Plaid, and the Ugly."
variation of the GBU theme plays as Jack and Harold face off
Poster of Clint Eastwood on the wall of the garage
The film is referenced in a game of charades.
poster in office
A mission in Larry's Western dreamscape is called "The Good, the Dead and the Ass Bandits"
Episode title spoofs English title of the film.
References climatic shoot out show down
The iconic theme plays during Linkara's introduction
mentioned as prototype
The opening scene where Hans Landa visit Perrier LaPadite mirrors the scene where Angel Eyes meets with Stevens
English title referenced by name whe the group date is revealed.
It is the name of Ennio Morricone's score for the movie.
Poster in Sal's Office
The theme plays as Film Brain gets chased by the police
Michael Mercy's character, "Sentenza" is named in homage of Lee Van Cleef's character.
"What are you, the good? The bad? No, the ugly."
Snob mentions it.
The showdown at the end contains music and close-ups of the characters' faces.
A kid collects frames from various movies.
Subject of a $200 clue in the category "Cinematic Title Combos"
As the Gamer aims his gun at the cowboys during "Shootout", the music from this movie is heard
Opens with "The ecstasy of gold" that Ennio Morricone composed for the movie.
Staging of the finale was heavily influeced by spaghetti Westerns, particularly the "Il Triello" finale in this Leone classic.
Showdown mentioned between Neil and Simon with the theme played
Subject of a $2,000 clue in the category "Title Role Playing"
Musical cue during the opening poker game.
Mentioned in dialogue.
Jake's ringtone is movie's opening title theme. Eli Wallach co-stars in both films.
There are three unlockable multiplayer titles called "The Ugly", "The Bad", and "The Good", unlocked in that order.
during traveling fair Western shootout, the music score reflects an Ennio Morricone-style whistling score.
One of The Dark Rider's henchmen is named Angel Eyes after the Sergio Leone's film villain.
Cortney uses the movie title as the title for her presentation on student loans.
Killer's ringtone is the main theme.
When Rango is escaping from the hawk who takes Rock-Eye, and Rock-Eye yells "You son of a..." to be cut off by the hawk screech, this mimics Tuco yelling to Blondie at the end of Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo.
Hewy compares the movie to Rango
Episode title is a reference to the film.
The duel scene and the music surrounds it
Heavily inspired by the final showdown of this movie.
mentions this as one of a few westerns the Critic actually likes
The stand-off scene features many shots inspired by this scene and a musical cue is inspired by "The Ecstasy of Gold".
Jake assesses a revolver by the sound it makes while being cocked, much like Tuco did.
Luli has a drawing of The Man With No Name.
Title mentioned by Ron Jeremy
"the good, the bad, the bloody"
"...where these kids are caught stealing food from... The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."
film poster is referenced
Iranian scientist says "If you want to launch, launch, don't talk"
Referenced as Spaghetti Western international hit.
"I've got good, I've got bad, I've got ugly"
"The Ecstasy of Gold" is used throughout on the soundtrack. Metallica use the song from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly as their entrance music at concerts.
the theme song is played when Booker is introduced.
"good, bad or ugly"
Phrase "good, bad and ugly" said
referenced in dialogue
Stephen's interrupted final line references the final line of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly."
Mentioned in dialogue
Referenced in the "Good, Bad, & Ugly Cop" sketch
The phrase "the good, the bad and the alimony" is used in reference to Clint Eastwood possibly getting a divorce.
Reid's journey with Cavendish across the desert and Tonto's use of an umbrella in a similar traveling scene is similar to Tuco's in this.
Snob says he wishes he were watching this movie instead
The main title is heard during the shotgun shoot-off segment.
Mentioned in dialogue
Tuco ("The Ugly") appears as graffiti on a nightclub wall.
The film is mentioned.
The main theme is played when Shakthi Kapoor enters.
One of the levels is titled "The Good, the Bad and the Hungry."
42nd Street Pete wears a "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly" t-shirt. Also, video case is shown.
Ofer says Slutzki and Domingez are the good, the bad and the ugly but the good is gone
Leo's line 'Two thousand's a lot Kat. You're gonna have to earn it!' references Blondie's line to Tuco: 'Two hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money. We're gonna have to earn it.'
Inspired by cinematography of Tonino Delli Colli
Final duel is taken directly from Leone
"Herman was one of the stars of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. He was both the Bad and the Ugly."
Mentioned in dialogue
Christopher Lambert mentioned it.
Mentioned by Doron
Mentioned by Jimmy as "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly"
Many shots inspired by the famous Sergio Leone western
"The Good, The Bad and The Bugly" poster
"Good, bad, ugly."
Ennio Morricone's "The Ecstasy of Gold" is used as background music for Manolo's first bullfight.
A section of "L'Estasi dell'Oro" ("The Ecstasy of Gold") plays during this episode.
Mentioned by Kate
"The fat, the black, and the ugly"
"This standoff is a lot like"
theme music plays during showdown
"L'Estasi Dell'Oro (The Ecstasy of Gold)" plays in one scene
Vince Barone's character has no name like Clint Eastwood'd in the Dollars Trilogy.
In reference to the title of the episode.
The extreme close up shots, of eyes and "weapons", when the foes Kjartan and Þrándur meet, correlates to the shots between Angel Eyes, Blondie and Tuco in the legendary Mexican standoff scene in the classic Spaghetti Western.
the movie poster for the Terminator western that Mike and Jay are throwing ideas at appears on screen with the title "The Good, the Bad and the Robot"
Subject of a question
Victoria Coren-Mitchell mentions the film while introducing the Spaghetti Westerners to the connecting wall.
Joel Edgerton mentions using the soundtrack for a movie he and his brother made as children
"The Good The Bad The Bugly" sign
The music playing when the convict has a stand off with the mutant frog is in reference to this movie's stand off scene.
A send-up of "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme is heard as Jack's cousin approaches for the fight with Tucker and Horace.
during the scene in the movie theatre lobby, the sound track from this movie can be heard
Clips from this are shown as part of the documentary.
Mac's standing atop the wobbly signpost with his hands tied and his head in a noose is similar to a final scene of Mr. Ugly in the Clint Eastwood film.
On television as character draws and shoots the television.
Clips are shown
Clip from film is used in this episode.
When Attilio tries to seduce Vittoria, the Tv is on and plays Leone's film.
Clips shown, and mentioned during Clint Eastwood presentation
compares dueling scenes
Features clips from
Clip of Clint Eastwood in cemetery
Clips shown during the interview.
Opening credits and letter style of the title of this film are used.
Popular heroes presentation.
Nuri watches this on TV.
clip is shown
James mentions the dubbing in this movie
The main characters of "For A Few Dollars Less" are patterned after the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
the Mexican showdown is shot in the same style of the film
Movie title spoofed in episode title
When Clint Eastwood's character comes into a stand-off with the biker gang, the first few notes of the theme tune is played.
The first appearance of the Clint Eastwood lookalike bad guy features Morricones famous "il buono, il brutto, il cattivo" score
The Good, the Bad, and the Wrinkled: Raisins dressed as Clint Eastwood, for a high-noon shootout with a jalepeno. Raisins sing "Shotgun."
There is a boxing tournament of "The Good vs. The Bad and the Ugly"
Theme song spoofed in final scene.
Several times during the film where Lee Van Cleef appears, the theme from "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly" is whistled.
When they say "The Smith sisters are reunited. The good, the bad, and the..." when Aunt Helen says "Don't go there."
A movie poster for "The Good, the Bad, and the Douggy" can be seen by the theater.
The music in the western sequence is a send-up of "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" theme.
whole spaghetti western fantasy based on this movie
'The Good, the Boo and the Ugly' is a spoof of 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,' complete with similar music, Boo's identity as 'the man with no personality' (Clint Eastwood's character) and characters who resemble Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach.
Will and Carlton engage in a standoff while music from the film is played.
the sequence where Clint Eastwood shoots the rope is spoofed in this movie.
"Mexican standoff" scene, including similar music
The intro to level 2 features a sound-alike to the movie's theme.
Same music from the famous scene used in an almost identical shot of Homer with a chilli spoon standing off against the chilli cooks.
Harvey and Dashiell face off in a duel like in the film.
The stand-off scene between SpongeBob and Bubblebass and the music used.
In "Greatest Hits", Colin says, "We'll be back to our politically correct production of "The Good, The Bad and the Beauty Impaired"."
the scene where George faces off with the bulldozers while the GB&U theme plays in the background is a parody
Parodies showdown scenes' close-up cross-cutting and uses Morricone's famous theme; motions by Timon and Simba parody the shootout scene in the movie.
This movie spoofs 'Il bono, il brutto, il cattivo'
The "The Good, the Bad and the Toothless" cartoon
A memorable quote from "Il Buono, il brutto, il cattivo" was used in "Les Dalton"
Plays theme as Stripes and the mailman stare each other out before racing
Loki and Alvey Avery play out the gunfight in said film.
Whenever Jaggu's character (an Australian cowboy) shows up , the theme of The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is played.
When the hunters walks in for the final showdown with the super zombie Dieter wisles the first notes of the main theme from this film before being interupted.
The musical theme from the film is heard when Costner confronts MacLaine
A cue from the Morricone score is re-created and used at the end when Gordon comes back after six months and samples the food.
Spoofs the Mexican standoff scene from "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" with spoofing ominous music.
face-off between Craig and an old woman at the store (close-ups of faces, similar music)
(At the start) Spoof of famous hand at side shot, but with a knife instead of a gun
Features Ennio Morricone music cues
Spoofed in "The Good, the Boo and the Ugly" clip
The tortoise and the hare of Aesop fame have a race and then a shootout
theme music is heard during a face-off
Music during the fight.
the gunfight in cowboy hats while similar music plays
crazy credits: poster "The Good, the Bad and the Muttly"
face-off between Labou and the bad guy wearing a cowboy hat (close-ups of faces, similar music)
In Ranjit's (Sanjay Kapoor) office there is a poster shown (which even rips off the minute details from the poster of the original movie), which is of a supposedly ripped off movie called "The Good, The Bad and The Worst" starring Ranjit. Also a TGTBTU's theme like tune is played in background.
The scene when De Singe arrives with a sniper rifle at the Wind Control Device and threatens Guybrush to hand over his hand, followed by a brief period of staring silence in confrontation before Guybrush breaks the silence and De Singe fires the rifle, parodies the "showdown at high noon" scene in the "Dollars Trilogy", most notably "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly".
Hardison and Chaos "duel" outside the vans
Cinema Snob reuses the opening for Death Nurse 2
Spoofed in spaghetti western mood.
As Dipper and Grunkle Stan stare each other down, the music spoofs "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" theme.
The episode begins with Nook imitating Clint Eastwood to the film's theme.
When Grumpy Cat and Chrystal face off against the bad guys, the camera zooms in on each of them as the theme song plays
Ecstasy of Gold scene.
Music during the showdown between the dogs
The scene is an homage to the ending scene in this earlier movie